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Real Principles For Real Change

 
Practice
Center for Inside-Out Understanding
Moretown, Vermont, United States
(802) 496-5835
jack@healthrealize.com
http://www.healthrealize.com
About Practice:
Jack Pransky, Ph.D. is Director of the Center for Inside-Out Understanding (a.k.a. Northeast Health Realization Institute), a sole proprietor organization dedicated to the promulgation of three principles/inside-out understanding internationally. Jack’s specialties are: 1) Advanced professional trainings, where I assist Three Principles professionals/practitioners in learning how to share the principles in the most impactful way and deepening grounding; 2) coaching Three Principles coaches and counselors, mostly via telephone or Skype; 3) coaching and counseling individuals, mostly via telephone or Skype; 4) Traveling almost anywhere upon request to conduct trainings (preferably intermediate or advanced, but also introductory sessions); 5) Assisting communities and organizations and those who work with them with prevention and/or intervention from the inside-out; 6) Writing (authoring books) about the Three Principles/Inside-Out Understanding.
Practice Types:
Individual Clients, Couples, Groups, Business, Seminars, Webinars, Telephone Consultations, Internet Consultations
Years Teaching: 20
 

Education
Ph.D. '99 The Union Institute, Cincinnati, OH - Community Psychology
M.S. '96 Springfield College, Springfield, MA - Human Services
A.B. '68 Clark University, Worcester, MA - Psychology

Training Summary
Summary of Three Principles Training: 1991-1999 approximately 240 hours of grounding in the principles, mostly by Sydney Banks, George Pransky and Roger Mills
1993-1999 approximately 180 hours of three principles therapy and advanced training, mostly by Pransky & Associates
1991-1999 approximately 240 hours three principles-related annual conferences and faculty meetings

Special Interests
Special Interests (ie. Business, Community, PTSD, Family): Three Principles practitioners/professionals (helping them teach and convey the 3Ps), individual clients, coaches, prevention and community organizations, parenting